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DOE-HDBK-1132-99
Consideration should also be given to the need for equipment to provide
meteorological parameters (e.g., wind speed, wind direction, humidity data, and
wind direction frequencies for heights related to the estimated heights at which
stack effluents and cooling tower moisture will be dispersed). As necessary,
installation of special equipment for stack effluent dispersal and tracking should
be considered.
Effluent Control . Generally, there will be statutory limits on facility effluents
1.3.7
and concentrations at the point of discharge and/or the site boundary. These
statutory requirements should be identified and their requirements implemented
in design. Consideration should also be given to concentrations at neighboring
facilities, and even to operations areas of the facility outside the building,
especially for chemical releases. The design of monitoring and control systems
that reduce effluents released to the environment to ALARA levels should
emphasize the use of features that employ the best technology economically
available at the time of design. Confinement systems should minimize the
release of radioactive and other hazardous materials in facility effluents during
normal operation and anticipated operational occurrences.
1.3.8
Effluent Monitoring . Design for effluent monitoring should consider the
following:
Sampling and monitoring systems provide adequate and accurate
measurements under normal operations, anticipated operational
occurrences, and accident conditions. Monitoring systems should be
calibrated at least annually according to appropriate national standards.
Exhaust outlets that may contain radioisotopes other than ambient levels
of those naturally occurring in the environment should be provided with
monitoring systems. As necessary, special equipment for stack effluent
dispersal and tracking should be considered for installation. Such
monitoring provides data useful for dispersion analysis of effluent
materials.
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